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The Dublin Saunter - Various - A Celebration Of Dublin 21 Street Ballads From The Fair City (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 23,  · This is a lovely little tune called "Dublin Saunter" performed by 'The Uke Box' for the International Ukulele Festival in Dublin taking place on the 14th, 15th & 16th of August.
  2. "Miss Brown of Dublin City" - a murder ballad related to "The Cruel Ship's Carpenter", recorded by Ed McCurdy. "'Twas in the end of King James's Street" - a romance ending in tragedy, from the Petrie collection "The Humours of Donnybrook Fair", - at least three songs were written about Donnybrook Fair.
  3. Jan 10,  · In the city was gripped by the Black Death. – English royal control of Ireland shrank during the 14th and 15th Centuries to coastal towns and an area round Dublin known as the Pale. From the city played a crucial role when Tudor monarchs undertook a reconquest.
  4. The guide to trad sessions in Dublin city. The best and complete listings. Tweet. One of the most popular past times for music lovers in the city is to go to a traditional Irish music session. We’re putting together a comprehensive list of trad sessions and trad singers in the city every night of the week. McNeills, Capel street.
  5. Jun 22,  · Vicar Street. A great place for a fun night out, Vicar Street opened its doors in and has since gone on to be one of the city’s most beloved event venues. The staff are very helpful and considerate, drinks are reasonably priced considering the area, and the atmosphere is always positive.
  6. Dublin was founded by Vikings during the 9th Century, who established a key maritime centre. The city and port continued to prosper over the centuries and with English dominance came the city's attractive 17th Century architecture. By the 18th Century, Dublin was second only to London as one of the largest cities of the British Empire.
  7. The Dublin Senior Center will continue to serve as a cooling center, today through Wednesday, August 19, as temperatures are expected to remain high for the next several days. The cooling center is open from noon to p.m. Read on.
  8. Better yet, come to Dublin and experience it for yourself at Once The Musical in the Olympia Theatre. From buskers playing their hearts out on the city’s streets, to soulful performances in music shops, you’ll soon see that in Dublin, music is a shared passion.

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